Eastwood Recycled Water Pump Station

Eastwood Recycled Water Pump Station

Irvine Ranch Water District will be constructing a 6,800-square-foot recycled water pump station at Irvine Boulevard and Jeffrey Road in Irvine to enhance the District’s recycled water delivery systems, which are used primarily to irrigate landscapes and medians.

Most construction will take place on site; however, some road work and lane closures will be required across Irvine Boulevard to install pipeline that connects the pumps to the network.

Construction of the facility is scheduled from Fall 2018 through early 2020, with roadwork occurring over four weeks in early 2019. Lane closures will occur in sequence, as pipeline is laid across Irvine Boulevard.

Work hours: From 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, (9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday for roadwork).

Contact information: For questions or comments, please email info@irwd.com or call 949-453-5500. During non-business hours, please call 949-453-5300 (24 hours).

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Construction is scheduled to begin in the Fall of 2018.

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